Invitational Tournaments

Division B

December 14, 2019 Liberty Invitational Registration
January 25, 2020 Cobra Invitational Registration
January 25, 2020 Hudson Tiger InvitationalRegistration
February 1, 2020 West Ottawa Invitational Registration
February 8, 2020 Great Lakes Invitational Registration
February 15, 2020 University of Michigan Invitational
February 22, 2020 Allendale Falcon Invitational
February 22, 2020 Holt Invitational Flyer

Division C

December 14, 2019Portage Invitational
(The Invitational is now full and no more registrations will be accepted)
for Feb 29, 2020
Haslett InvitationalFlyer
January 25, 2020Eastside InvitationalRegistration
February 1, 2020Plymouth Canton InvitationalFlyer
February 1, 2020West Ottawa InvitationalRegistration
February 8, 2020Frankenmuth Eagle InvitationalForm
February 15, 2020University of Michigan Invitational
February 22, 2020Allendale Invitational

Practice Tournaments (aka “Invitationals”) in Divisions B and C are organized at various locations across Michigan, typically under the leadership of an individual team.  Teams which attend these tournaments are usually expected to contribute by being responsible for running an individual competitive event (e.g., Anatomy) or at least support another team who is in that role.  Attending teams should expect to pay a registration fee.

All Michigan invitational tournaments in Divisions B and C must be registered with the National Science Olympiad organization.  If you are interested in hosting an invitational tournament, please contact the State Director to receive further information.

All teams which compete at these tournaments must be registered with Michigan Science Olympiad, and have paid their annual registration fee, including Alternate teams (if more than 15 students from your school will compete, you have an Alternate team).  This registration is important to ensure that all students who participate are covered by the liability insurance which Science Olympiad provides.  These registration requirements are actively monitored, and Michigan Science Olympiad reserves the right to take disciplinary action against teams which violate this policy.